Partially Buried Woodshed

Local namePartially Buried Woodshed
LocationKent, Ohio, United States

Partially Buried Woodshed is a work of land art created by American artist Robert Smithson in January 1970 at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. The work consisted of an existing woodshed and earth added by the artist in order to illustrate the concept of entropy. By 2018, only a large mound of dirt and the structure's concrete foundation remain. The remaining elements, along with an informational plaque, are located in a small wooded area immediately behind the Liquid Crystal Institute building on the Kent State University main campus, in the southeastern area of Kent.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Partially_Buried_Woodshed

Address Johnston Dr, Kent 44243, United States

Coordinates 41°8'37.376" N -81°20'21.989" E

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